Geronimo, the Apache warrior and medicine man best known for his fearlessness in resisting anyone who attempted to remove his people from their tribal lands. Photographed in St. Louis, MO 1904
And what exactly part of the world you are in? ..sir? You want to hash out some history - I am game.Custer? What a joke...Custer admired himself most....as far as the "Civilized Tribes" and "sellouts" comments I would not say that in public in my part of the world....ignorance can be cured...learn some history Sir.
I really don’t want to beat up on anybody but having spent a life time studying Native American culture, I can say your position is quite weak!And what exactly part of the world you are in? ..sir? You want to hash out some history - I am game.
Custer may be a joke to you..but I will put him up there amongst the very best. Who do you have in mind that can come close in his time?
You should follow your own advice and read a few.Ego-maniacs - you call them when you really want to win wars..the likes of Custer and Patton. YOu call on these derelicts when you are truly desperate. The 7th Cavalry was Custer and vice versa. YOu can grade low Custer all you want..but he was great. History will sing praise for him long after you and I are gone. Even in defeat, he wins! 😁
As far as the native Indians - they should have assimilated. They are lucky they still live by handful today. Even Sitting Bull saw the light - he said 'the tree must bend when the wind comes or it will be uprooted.'
Custer lives forever in our history books. ...just saying.